Performance artists invent the human future; they consciously do not constrain themselves with the patterns of ordinary social behaviour and are busy creating and showing a more desirable reality. The daily practise of a performance artist is a daily laboratory for inventing ways and opportunities to be a person at the present time. A performance artist independently chooses a representational spectrum (gender, sexuality, nationality, political position, and so on), a set of tools (body, absence of body, digital presence, and so on), and the value content of his practise (emotion, concrete useful work, liberation practise, acts of resistance, and so on). And the more contrasting and unpredictable the components of the performative practise are chosen, the more vivid and multifaceted the figure of the performance artist becomes. One such outstanding and unique artist will be discussed today.